Eat In to Help Out: Here are Edinburgh's top dishes according to Deliveroo

Customers of the food delivery service have been taking advantage of the government scheme.

By Rachel Mackie
Monday, 7th September 2020, 4:45 pm

Edinburgh residents have been making the most of Deliveroo’s Eat In to Help Out scheme, and the results are in.

Food delivery company Deliveroo have revealed the dishes that the Capital has been indulging in as they enjoy £5 off their food from local restaurants through Monday to Wednesday.

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Pad Thai from Ting Thai Caravan has stormed to the top, with speck from Razzo Pizza Napoletana in at number two.

A classic burrito from Barburrito is number three and margherita’s from Civerinos Slice at number four.

Peek Gai Tod from Soi 38 Thai Street Food is number five.

Deliveroo launched Eat In to Help Out to support local restaurants stay afloat after coronavirus lockdown, and the deal will run throughout September.

CEO and founder of Deliveroo, Will Shu, said: “It’s great to see our customers across the country eating in to help out. Supporting our local restaurant partners has always been very important to us.

“Knowing that the Eat IN to Help Out scheme is helping businesses, especially during these hard times, is great.”

The UK Government scheme Eat Out to Help Out ended on August 31 and offered the public 50% off food and non alcoholic drinks at local pubs and restaurants.

This government scheme did not apply to take out food.

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